Informing knowledge translation for selective dorsal rhizotomy: A survey of Australian clinicians and people with lived experience of cerebral palsy
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by Jennifer A Lewis, Simon P Paget, Neil Wimalasundera, Meredith Wynter, Lani Campbell, Olivia S Lee, Kirsty Stewart, R Shah, Marnee J McKay, the Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy Knowledge Translation Advisory Team
3d ago
Aim Selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) is a neurosurgical intervention used to reduce spasticity in children with cerebral palsy (CP). There is minimal relevant, evidence-based information available for Australian families and clinicians. This study aims to investigate the knowledge of people with lived experience and clinicians regarding SDR, including how they currently access information and what information they seek. Methods Adults with CP, carers of children with CP and clinicians treating children with CP were invited to complete an online survey. Data regarding participant demographics ..read more
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An unusual rash
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by Ellie Gribbin, Mark Westphalen
1w ago
Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, Volume 60, Issue 6, Page 264-265, June 2024 ..read more
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A 10‐year‐old child with acute torticollis and walking difficulty
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by Meltem Akcaboy, Yasemin Tasci Yildiz, Betül Emine Derinkuyu, Saliha Senel
1w ago
Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, Volume 60, Issue 6, Page 263-264, June 2024 ..read more
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Eye care following pre‐school vision screening: Data from the Growing Up in New Zealand study
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by Rebecca W Findlay, Nicola S Anstice, Joanna M Black, Cameron C Grant, Carol Chelimo
1w ago
Aim This study aimed to determine adherence with follow-up from the New Zealand pre-school vision screening programme. The study also examined associations between pre-school vision screening outcomes and cognitive measures assessed at the 54-month follow-up in the Growing Up in New Zealand study cohort. Methods A cross-sectional retrospective record review of pre-school vision screening outcomes and hospital ophthalmology records with linkage to Growing Up in New Zealand cohort study data. Results Of 176 children referred from vision screening, 21.6% did not attend a referral appointment. Of ..read more
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Provision of bubble continuous positive airway pressure for the stabilisation of extremely and very preterm infants after birth: A single‐centre experience
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by Nele Legge, Dominic Fitzgerald, Himanshu Popat
1w ago
Aim To describe the effect of resuscitation with bubble CPAP (bCPAP) versus T-piece device at birth on early clinical parameters and hospital outcomes in infants born <32 weeks gestation. Methods This is a single-centre pre- and post-implementation study comparing outcomes in two epochs. In epoch 1 (1 July 2013–31 December 2014), infants were managed with non-humidified gas using Neopuff® T-piece devices to support breathing after birth. In epoch 2 (1 March 2020–31 December 2021), routine application of bCPAP with humidified gas was introduced at birth. Results Three hundred fifty-seven pat ..read more
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Facial birthmark, epilepsy and glaucoma in the infant
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by Grace X Li, Esther Tantsis, Deshan F Sebaratnam
1w ago
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Black tongue in an infant
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by Ivânia Soares, Hugo Leme, Inês Pereira Amaral, Madalena Pupo Correia, Paulo Filipe
1w ago
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Prevention of vertical transmission of hepatitis B: A retrospective review of a 5‐year maternal–infant cohort in London
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by Elizabeth O'Mahony, Sophie Raghunanan, Ashley Brown, Caroline Foster
1w ago
Aims The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 3.5% of the population live with hepatitis B virus (HBV); migrants to Europe are disproportionately affected. UK birth dose HBV vaccination is limited to infants born to those living with HBV (LWHBV). High-risk infants (high maternal infectivity, low birthweight) also receive HBV immunoglobulin (HBIG). The Family Hepatitis Clinic follows infants and those LWHBV working towards WHO goals of combating viral hepatitis by 2030. Methods A trust-wide electronic note review of outcomes for infants born to those LWHBV (2016–2020). Results Two hun ..read more
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Hypophosphataemia and late‐onset sepsis in extremely preterm neonates: A case–control study
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by Elizabeth Fisher, Eveline Staub
1w ago
Aim Late-onset sepsis (LOS) is common in extreme prematurity. These infants are at risk of refeeding syndrome-associated hypophosphataemia. Our objective was to investigate whether hypophosphataemia predisposes to LOS in extremely premature neonates. Methods A retrospective case–control study of neonates born before 29 weeks' gestation in an Australian NICU from 2016 to 2020. Cases developed LOS or localised infection. Two controls, matched within 2 gestational weeks and 90 calendar days, were selected per case. Results Amongst 48 cases and 93 controls, cases were smaller at birth (767 g vs. 9 ..read more
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Disease of social injustice: Acute rheumatic fever in Indigenous paediatric populations
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by Isabella Conomos
2w ago
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